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Agradaa trends after turning up at church in Santiago boots

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Former fetish priestess/ scammer turned woman of God, Nana Agradaa, often trends for ridiculous reasons.

Despite claiming to be a woman of God, Agradaa always engages in weird behaviour that gets people talking and keeps her atop the trends.

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Her latest move saw her turning up in church to preach wearing boots.

The boots completely took attention from her sermon and got people talking as she probably planned.

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Hilarious reactions met her boots on social media as people trolled her.

“More than Shatta wale’s gringo 👢 boot😂,” one netizen wrote.

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Another added: “How can you be in the spirit after seeing this shoe😂😂,”

Check out Agradaa and her boot below…


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